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This is a transcript of the Dragon Tales episode "Not Separated At Birth" from season one, which aired on October 6, 1999.

Dialogue[]

  • [In the playroom, Max and Emmy are building things.]
  • Max: Bam! Bam! Bam! Bam! Bam!
  • Emmy: There. After this spaceship is built, it's blast-off time. Hey, Max, time to go help the dragons build their new playground.
  • Max: [not hearing] Bang! Bang! Bam!
  • Emmy: Max, come on!
  • [Max stops. Changes to them holding the magic dragon scale.]
  • Emmy and Max: I wish, I wish, with all my heart, to fly with Dragons, in a land apart.
  • [The wallpaper dragons spin around them and they are taken to Dragon Land; outside the School in the Sky, Quetzal is opening a crate.]
  • Quetzal: Mira, niños. Inside is your new playground.
  • [He opens the lid to reveal unassembled parts.]
  • Ord: Is that it?
  • Cassie: We have to build it, Ord.
  • Ord: Oh. Heh-heh-heh.
  • [Emmy and Max appear on the box.]
  • Max: Surprise!
  • Emmy: We're ready to build!
  • Cassie: Hi!
  • Quetzal: Hola!
  • Max: Quetzal, can we start now? Can we? Cause I brought my special hammer. [He shows a doll instead.] Oops. Ha, ha! Not Mr. Whiskers. [shows the actual hammer] Here's my hammer.
  • Quetzal: Not so fast, niños. Aren't we missing someone?
  • All others: Zak and Wheezie!
  • Emmy: I'll get them. [runs up to a knuckerhole and calls down] Zak! Wheezie!
  • [Zak and Wheezie pop out and land in a tree; they hang upside down from a branch by tail.]
  • Zak and Wheezie: What's up?
  • Emmy and Max: [laughing] You!
  • [Zak and Wheezie stretch their necks separate ways.]
  • Wheezie: We're here! We're ready! And we're never gonna get down unless you go this way, Zaky!
  • Zak: No! You go THIS way!
  • [They fall out screaming and hit the ground hard.]
  • Wheezie: On your feet, Zaky! We can't build a new playground just sitting around! [scoots to the right]
  • Zak: Take it easy, Wheezie. I already bonked my head three whole times because you were in a hurry!
  • Wheezie: You wouldn't have bonked your head if you weren't walking so slowly! My leg fell asleep waiting for your leg to catch up!
  • Quetzal: [clears throat] The plan today, niños, is to work together to build a xylophone slide and three drum trampolines. So who wants to work on what?
  • Emmy: Trampolines, definitely! Wait until you see this cool trick I made up in gymnastics: the Emmy Bottoms-Up Bounce!
  • Wheezie: Sign me up for the xylophone slide!
  • Ord: Me too!
  • Max: Me three!
  • Zak: But, Wheezie, I wanna work on the drum trampolines!
  • Wheezie: But the slide will be way more fun!
  • Zak: No fair! I always have to do what you wanna do!
  • Wheezie: Do not!
  • Zak: Do too! I wish for once I wasn't stuck together with you, Wheezie!
  • Wheezie: Really?! Well, I DOUBLE wish it!
  • Zak: Well, then, I double, DOUBLE wish it!
  • Quetzal: My, my, niños. You really wish to be separated from each other?
  • Zak and Wheezie: YES.
  • Quetzal: Then, so be it. [He takes out a pair of pink crystals.] Here. Take these crystals. [They take them.] Now fly into the air and say: "Alakazoo, split in two." Rub the crystals together, and your wish will come true.
  • Wheezie: Come on, Zak, let's get flapping!
  • Zak: Well, I'm not holding us up.
  • [They fly into the air, each holding a crystal.]
  • Zak and Wheezie: Alakazoo, split in two!
  • [They rub the crystals together; there is a blinding flash of light as Emmy and Max gasp. The flight floats down to them; it clears to reveal Zak and Wheezie now with their own separate bodies.]
  • Wheezie: Loooooove it!
  • Zak: Two feet? Two claws? Two wings? Too good to be true! Ha-ha-ha!
  • Max: Wow!
  • Emmy: I don't believe it!
  • Ord: Did it hurt?
  • Zak: No, it didn't.
  • Cassie: How does it feel?
  • Wheezie: Great! Now I can do anything I want! [She does some somersaults.] Whoo! See? Just me.
  • Zak: Well, look at this... [does a handstand] A handstand, all by myself!
  • Wheezie: [lands behind him] Watch me!
  • [She does some loops in the air and divebombs down.]
  • Zak: Careful, Wheezie!
  • [She does some more tricks in the sky; suddenly, she crashes into a tree and everyone gasps. She falls out as Zak and Emmy run over.]
  • Emmy: Are you okay?
  • Wheezie: Okay?! I'm better than okay!
  • Zak: Thank goodness. I'll never have to fly too fast again.
  • [Zak flies at his own slow pace.]
  • Wheezie: [YAWNS] Ho hum.
  • [Later, Wheezie empties out the playground equipment.]
  • Max: How are we gonna make all that stuff into a slide?
  • Wheezie: It's easy. You got Wheezie. Let's go!
  • Max: Oh, no! I forgot my other tools!
  • Ord: Here, Max. [hands him tools from his pouch] You can use my wrench and my screwdriver, my pliers and my saw and--
  • Max: [falls down and laughs] Ord, enough!
  • Wheezie: [holding a plank and post] Now, which one goes where? [bumps the post against the plank]
  • Ord: I don't think they fit, Wheezie.
  • Wheezie: [hammers the post into the plank, denting it] Ha! They do now.
  • [The slide is later fully constructed, but poorly.]
  • Wheezie: Ta-da! Don't you just looooooooove it?!
  • Ord: Is it supposed to look like that?
  • Wheezie: Yeah! Wild and fun!
  • Max: What's that stuff for?
  • [He points to the parts that were never used.]
  • Wheezie: Uh... they're just extras. Oh, don't worry. This is gonna be super-duper!
  • [She leans against the slide; suddenly, it falls apart.]
  • Wheezie: Uh-oh. Hm, maybe those weren't extras. Zak would've known how to put it together. Oh, Zaky?!
  • [Elsewhere, Zak is helping Emmy and Cassie with the drum trampoline. Wheezie walks up.]
  • Wheezie: We had a teensy little problem. Could you please help us?
  • [She shows him the broken slide parts.]
  • Zak: Hmm... Huh? [takes out a blueprint of the slide] Wheezie, did you follow the directions?
  • Wheezie: Ah, who needs those boring things?
  • Ord and Max: We do!
  • Wheezie: Okay, okay! Following the directions is Zak's job, but I can do it too! Thanks for the help, Zak. [takes it from him] Let's see. Where's the thingamajig?
  • [Zak is working on the trampolines as Emmy and Cassie pull on the elastic bed.]
  • Zak: A little more... Not too tight... Not too loose...
  • Cassie and Emmy: Zak!!!!
  • Zak: Sorry. Usually Wheezie tells me when we're done. [finishes tightening the bolts] There. Three perfect drum trampolines.
  • Emmy: Yes! Now I can show you my famous bottoms-up bounce!
  • [She tries to bounce but falls on her back as it dents in.]
  • Emmy: Whoa!!
  • Cassie: That's your big bounce?
  • Emmy: No way! Zak, the trampoline is saggy!
  • Zak: I know. This way we can jump nice and slow.
  • Emmy: Slow?! But we need bouncy! You can't do good flips and knee drops unless it's bouncy!
  • Cassie: Let me try. [she jumps and falls too] Whoa!! It's-- It's--
  • Cassie and Emmy: BORING!
  • Zak: I guess Wheezie would've known how to make it fun. Wheezie, can you come here?
  • [The others are working on the slide; Wheezie comes over.]
  • Zak: What's wrong with our trampolines?
  • Wheezie: [pulls on the still loose ropes] You just need to tighten the ropes an extra squeeze, so they'll be extra bouncy.
  • [Zak does just that; he tests the trampoline.]
  • Zak: Thanks, Wheezie. I knew you'd know what to do. That's bouncy, all right.
  • Cassie: Okay, Emmy, show us your big bounce!
  • [Emmy bounces and flips flawlessly.]
  • Cassie: Wow!
  • Emmy: Come on, you try!
  • Cassie: [bounces on it] Whee! He-he-he-he! [gets off] Hey, Emmy, is there anything else we can do on here besides jump?
  • Emmy: Well--
  • Ord: Hey, everybody! Step right up!
  • Max: The xylophone slide is now ready to go!
  • [It is constructed perfectly.]
  • Wheezie: Whoo-hoo! See you later, alligators!
  • [She slides down cheering; she lands hard on the ground.]
  • Zak: Wheezie, are you okay? Did you get a boo-boo? Are you bleeding?
  • Wheezie: It was fun! ...Except for the landing.
  • Ord: So now we have a great slide.
  • Max: With an icky landing. What are we going to do?
  • [Ord pulls out a sandwich.]
  • Ord: Have a snack?
  • Zak: [gets an idea] Why don't we put the slide and the trampoline...
  • Wheezie: Together?
  • Zak: Exactly!
  • [They move the trampolines in front of the slide.]
  • Wheezie: Is this the right spot, Zaky?
  • Zak: A little over.... Just right!
  • Wheezie: Let's try it.
  • Zak: You first, Wheezie.
  • Wheezie: [takes her place] Look out below!!!!!!!
  • [She slides down and bounces across the trampolines, coming in for a perfect landing.]
  • Wheezie: Looooooove it! Zaky, you're up!
  • Zak: All by myself? Only me? Nobody else? Will you come with me, Wheezie?
  • Wheezie: Sure.
  • [They sit at the top of the slide together.]
  • Zak: Ready, Freddy?
  • Wheezie: Okey-dokey, artichoke-y!
  • [They slide and bounce, laughing and shouting happily.]
  • Zak: That was fun!
  • [The others cheer them.]
  • Others: Let's go!/I wanna try!/Me next!/Don't forget me!
  • [Quetzal comes back.]
  • Quetzal: Fantástico! You did a great job putting everything together. Is it fun?
  • Wheezie: It's fun-tastic! But I have an idea that will make it even better.
  • [She whispers into Zak's ear.]
  • Zak: Great idea, Wheezie.
  • [They both whisper to Quetzal.]
  • Max: What idea? I don't get it.
  • Wheezie: Quetzal, can we?
  • Zak: Pretty please, with a fireball on top?
  • Emmy: Tell me. I wanna know!
  • Quetzal: [gets out the crystals from before] I think it's a wonderful idea.
  • Cassie: What is?
  • Quetzal: [as Zak and Wheezie take the crystals] Fly into the air and say: "Alakazoo, stick like glue." Then rub the crystals together.
  • Zak: Come on, Wheezie!
  • [They hold hands and fly up.]
  • Zak and Wheezie: Alakazoo, stick like glue!
  • [They rub the crystals; a blinding flash of light as it comes down. It clears, revealing Zak and Wheezie have returned to their original two-headed self.]
  • Zak and Wheezie: Ha-ha, yeah!/We did it!
  • [They high five and fly around happily.]
  • Max: Now I get it!
  • Cassie: They're our Zak and Wheezie again!
  • Emmy: Definitely!
  • Emmy and Max: [voiceover] I wish, I wish, to use this rhyme, to go back home until next time.
  • [Changes back to the playroom as Emmy and Max return home.]
  • Emmy: I wonder what it's like to be Zak and Wheezie, sharing a body all the time.
  • Max: Wanna try it?
  • [They walk around, arms linked.]
  • Emmy: Hey, it's not so hard.
  • Max: Yeah!
  • [They step on a skateboard and fall back; they laugh as the view goes black.]
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